The Council’s Workforce Committee meets this morning to consider an ordinance that would require hotels to equip some of their employees with panic buttons. Under the proposal, hotels would have to provide the buttons free of charge to all employees who work in guests’ rooms. It’s aimed at protecting housekeepers and other hotel workers who work alone in guest rooms and restrooms from being sexually assaulted by guests.

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